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Foxwell State Secondary College female students are targeted in ‘vile’ social media post ranking their appearance: ‘Abduction material’

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Yet another high school is part of an investigation after a list ranking female students on their appearance circulated on social media.

The Instagram post – which has now been deleted – ranked some students from Foxwell State Secondary College at Coomera on the northern Gold Coast into categories such as ‘abduction material’, ‘one night stand’, ‘average’ and ‘unrapeable’.

Investigations by the Queensland Department of Education are underway.

‘The department will conduct a full investigation into the incident of this vile post and any state school student found responsible will be held accountable for their actions,’ a spokesperson said.

The Instagram post - which has now been deleted - ranked some students from Foxwell State Secondary College (pictured) into categories such as 'one night stand', 'average' and 'unrapeable'

The Instagram post – which has now been deleted – ranked some students from Foxwell State Secondary College (pictured) into categories such as ‘one night stand’, ‘average’ and ‘unrapeable’

‘Anyone with any knowledge or information is encouraged to contact and provide it to the school.’

The spokesperson said the school was made aware of the post on Wednesday and acted immediately to have it removed.

‘At this stage there is no indication the post was made by a member of the school community,’ they added.

A mother of a 16-year-old girl who attends the school and was included in the post said she was deeply disturbed by the incident.

‘I just don’t know how people think that is OK to make up these categories and then put young girls in them,’ she added.

‘It’s just horrifying.’

Her daughter was one of about 17 students included in the post.

She said the original had been deleted but the material was still being shared.

'It's such a vulnerable age to be having to deal with this — I don't know how these girls are going to get over it or how long it's going to take' a mother of one student said about the social media post (stock image)

‘It’s such a vulnerable age to be having to deal with this — I don’t know how these girls are going to get over it or how long it’s going to take’ a mother of one student said about the social media post (stock image)

‘It’s everywhere, people have screenshotted it and reposted it on their Facebook or Instagram,’ the woman told ABC News.

‘It’s such a vulnerable age to be having to deal with this — I don’t know how these girls are going to get over it or how long it’s going to take.’

Police are also looking into the incident, a spokesperson confirmed. 

It’s the latest vile list ranking female students found in Aussie high schools in the last month. 

On May 16, a demeaning list ranking the supposed promiscuity of teenage girls was found at a school in Melbourne.

The list, which was was found scrawled on the back of a bathroom door in the girl’s bathroom at Brentwood Secondary College, a co-ed school in Glen Waverley, listed girls while describing them as ‘s***s’.

Only a day prior, a separate list was found at McClelland College in Frankston in Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs.

A student created the list rating female students who attend the high school by their looks and was created on a computer belonging to the student.

Brentwood Secondary College was roped into the demeaning list scandal after seven students were ranked by who are the 'biggest s***s' (pictured)

Brentwood Secondary College was roped into the demeaning list scandal after seven students were ranked by who are the ‘biggest s***s’ (pictured)

On May 1, a list was posted to social media by students at Victoria’s Yarra Valley Grammar School ranking their female peers from ‘wifey’ to ‘unrapeable’.

The shocking list featured photos of female students and ranked them from best to worst as ‘wifeys’, ‘cuties’, ‘mid’, ‘object’, ‘get out’ and ‘unrapeable’.

Queensland’s education department has offered counselling to impacted students and families.

Anyone with any information on the post is encouraged to contact Foxwell State Secondary School.

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